Persimmon - Persimmon @ Coed Darcy, SA10
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Spanning more than 1,000 acres, Coed Darcy (translated as Darcy’s Woodland) is one of the most significant regeneration projects currently underway in Wales.
The thriving community set among the breathtaking landscape of Neath, South Wales with exhilarating views over the Gower Peninsula and Swansea Bay, will offer businesses and residents a unique place to live and work.
What’s coming to Coed Darcy?
Set to become a sustainable community of 4,000 traditionally-styled Welsh homes, Coed Darcy will provide more than 10,000 residents with exciting new living opportunities, including retail, leisure, sports and community facilities and acres
of green open space.
Coed Darcy, which already has a well established business community of more than 100 tenants, will also provide 500,000 sq ft of new commercial space. This will help create more than 4,000 new job opportunities locally. The overall scheme will have an economic impact of over £1 billion.
The £1.2 billion planned community development will comprise homes, community facilities, employment space and open space covering 1,300 acres. Four new schools (1 Welsh primary, 2 English primaries and 1 secondary) are also planned.
The Vale of Neath, known as ‘Waterfall Country’ and the stunning coastline of the Gower Peninsula are easily accessed from the town and offer incredible area’s of outstanding natural beauty. The city of Swansea and the seaside village of Mumbles are both short drives away and have always been popular days out for locals and tourists alike.
There’s so many things to do in the Neath/Port Talbot area, and whilst the focus may lean towards outdoor pursuits such as Walking, Cycling, Horse Riding and Water Sports, there are plenty of cafés, restaurants and pubs for those looking for a more relaxing time. The town is also home to Neath RFC (‘The Welsh All-Blacks’), the oldest rugby club in Wales.
Neath’s abundance of fine retail outlets and market is the perfect place to sample the sumptuous traditional goods and local produce such as laverbread, welshcakes or a famous warm lamb baguette. Whilst shopaholics will love nearby Swansea, with a variety of over 230 stores, from popular high street brands to wonderful independent boutiques.
Neath really is perfectly situated for exploring all the wonders that South Wales has to offer. Transport Links The A465 provides a handy link to the M4 motorway, connecting Neath to Swansea, Bridgend, Cardiff, Bristol and London.
Neath railway station is served by the South Wales Main Line and provides links to Cardiff Central, Bristol Parkway and London Paddington amongst others. Cardiff International Airport is located just 40 minutes away with destinations across the UK and Europe.
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